Lesson 7, Topic 3
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Do We Always Signal

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Should I always signal?

It’s not always necessary to signal, when nobody else would benefit or if it may be confusing to other road users.

It is not necessary to signal:

• When moving away or pulling up at the side of the road and nobody in sight would benefit from it. If you are close to a bend or your view is obscured, then you may want to signal anyway.

• At a junction where markings clearly show you can only go in one direction.

• If having stopped in a queue of traffic with the handbrake on and the vehicle behind has stopped, then it is not necessary to have the brake lights on.

• When following the flow of traffic to overtake parked cars. You can take up your position early and keep a steady course.

Always be sure to cancel any signals that don’t cancel themselves.

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